Huawei Stories May 24

Google’s list of Android Enterprise Recommended devices are largely considered the most secure options for companies to hand out to their employees. As a result of the US ban on Huawei, though, Google has just removed the Chinese giant’s devices from the Android Enterprise list, and that even includes the Nexus 6P.

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As days go by, the effects of the US ban on Huawei are only getting worse. Today, it’s been revealed that the SD Association has barred Huawei, effectively removing the company’s ability to use microSD cards or SD slots in any of its products.

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A tech consultant with extensive experience in China has suggested that the Trump administration’s Huawei trade ban could hurt Google as well as Apple.

Much of the attention to date has been on the risk to Apple’s business, Goldman Sachs yesterday warning that the worst-case scenario for the iPhone maker could be a 29% fall in the company’s global profits …

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Huawei Stories May 23

Over the past week, the fallout from the US ban on American companies working with Huawei has escalated. Google — after a three-month reprieve — will not be able to work with the Chinese company on launching new devices, or updating existing ones. The latest development sees Google remove the Huawei Mate X and P30 Pro from Android.com entirely.

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Huawei Stories May 22

Following the US blacklist of Huawei, the biggest issue facing the company is software. To offer its users a place to download Android apps following the loss of the Google Play Store, Huawei may bolster up its in-house “App Gallery” market, and it’s also apparently in talks with Aptoide as a replacement.

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According to a report via the BBC, the UK-based chip designer ARM has informed staff via an internal memo to ‘suspend business’ with Huawei to comply with US trade restrictions.

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